Summer break is a time for children to relax, have fun, and recharge their batteries for the upcoming academic year. However, it's important to ensure that they don't completely abandon their learning routines during this time. By incorporating a few simple strategies, you can keep your child in educational shape over the summer break without compromising their enjoyment. Let's explore various ideas and activities that can help foster continued learning throughout the summer months.
As July starts, a few things come to mind; summer is officially in full gear, planned family vacations are finally happening, and America celebrates its birthday! It is well known that July 4th is America’s independence day, a time for fireworks, bar-b-ques, and reflecting on the freedom this country has. But many other symbols come to mind when thinking about America, including the bald eagle being America’s national bird. But how and why did that happen? This blog post will explore the origins of the bald eagle, America’s symbol of freedom.
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In a Rolling Stone interview early in her career, Taylor Swift admitted, “I think I have a big fear of things spiraling out of control.” And that was before this past November’s Ticketmaster meltdown. Ted Kooser, a former Poet Laureate of the United States, inventively describes something we’ve all owned at some point in our schooling in his poem, “A Spiral Notebook”:
Every parent wants the best for their children. Choosing the best school can be a very stressful, daunting, and difficult task for parents because of all the factors they need to take into consideration. I have an ideal suggestion that I truly believe every family should try at least once. Whether you are applying for kindergarten, elementary, middle, or high school PA Virtual has you covered. It is an amazing, award-winning, and innovative online school that works to individually cater to your child’s needs to reach their potential from the comfort of your home.
When parents are looking for a school for their child — be it a cyber charter school or a brick-and-mortar model — they want to know that the teachers and staff are giving 100% each day! Valued employees are important to school success, and their work directly impacts students. In this blog post, Ms. Alcott, one of our academic support teachers, explores some key values in cyber schools and how these concepts benefit the entire school community!